When: 29th November 2013 at 7.30pm
Where: Gravesend Cold War Bunker, Woodlands Park, Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent DA11 7LF
£: Adults £4.50 and children (over 12 years) £3.50
What is it?
On 29th November Gravesend’s Cold War Bunker in Woodland Park will be open to the public for a tour. The tour will give you the opportunity to experience the underground world of Cold War Britain in the 1950s.
On the tour you will see a menacing atomic bomb and learn what might have happened if there had been a nuclear war.
The Cold War bunker was originally known as Civil Defence Region 6. It was designed to be a command post from which Gravesend’s rescue and emergency services were to be coordinated in the event of a nuclear attack. Today the bunker has been refurbished to look as it would have in the 1950s.
Booking essential for this tour as space is limited. Please note, this tour is not open to children under 12 years, due to the content and nature of the tour.
More info: Visit www.gogravesham.co.uk for more details and please call Gravesend Visitor Centre on 01474 337600 to book a place on the tour.